Speight Marshall Francis is honored to be a design partner in another exciting historic/adaptive reuse project in downtown Norfolk; this one covers more than 100,000 sf located at 400 Granby Street. 3 historic buildings are being converted into a collaborative office space for Assembly https://www.assemblynfk.com/ which will serve as a four-story campus that will allow many tenants to collaborate and share amenities. This photo shows the innovative, problem-solving methods @clancytheys is using to get the job done---they installed a temporary tent over the entire project in order to cut new holes in the roof and floors! Read more about this unique project at @wpa_norfolk website here: https://wparch.com/projects/commercial/assembly/ Thank you Jimmy Clemmer for the photo!
During these times Speight Marshall Francis is especially grateful to have provided structural engineering design services for many healthcare facilities that serve to improve the lives of people affected by this pandemic. Our firm salutes all the dedicated healthcare workers putting themselves on the line to provide high-quality care to our communities. You inspire hope and for that we sincerely thank you.
A glimpse into John Wilkinson's remote world! Many thanks to our dedicated employees who continue to keep positive attitudes and to meet our clients' crucial project deadlines.
Thank you for all your hard work remote-working @morgansp8 !
Tobby, Liliya Zeigler's Chihuahua, excitedly reported for casual Friday at their remote work station!
Structural Engineering Technician Mary Waisanen is shown here remote-working in her cozy CAD command center. Thanks, Mary, for continuing to keep Speight Marshall Francis on top of our game!
Happy 1 year work anniversary to John Wilkinson, Structural Engineering Technician! He's had one busy year-including a new addition to his family. Thank you for all you have done over this past year. We appreciate you and are grateful you are a part of our team!
Another construction progress photo in Richmond thanks to Danny Rudd: The Nest, located at 3117 W. Marshall Street in Richmond’s Scott’s Addition neighborhood. This $20M six-story mixed-use project will offer five levels of apartments, retail and a parking garage. Architect: Walter Parks Developers: Dodson Commercial and Fountainhead Properties
Construction is progressing nicely at The Summit located at 3022 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA. This mixed-use project will house apartments, retail and a parking garage. GC: @kbsgc.inc